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Old 01-30-2007, 02:04 PM   #721
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the week. but he is weak also.
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Old 01-30-2007, 02:11 PM   #723
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Good luck TJ and to you too TP....You'll be the one getting a motor handed to you saying "Im up in 2 races"

See ya next week.

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Haha. It worked out good when you were awake and up in the F-main resort. Now you learned to turn right and were in the same race. Thanks for all the help in past.

Next week boys. Go Colts!
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Old 01-30-2007, 02:16 PM   #724
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Haha. It worked out good when you were awake and up in the F-main resort. Now you learned to turn right and were in the same race. Thanks for all the help in past.

Next week boys. Go Colts!
That would be the C-Main resort.....thank you very much No problem...hope all goes well.

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Old 02-16-2007, 01:24 PM   #725
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Everyone catch up on their sleep from the birds yet? I know I'm still tired from the 2006 race.
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Old 02-28-2007, 05:51 PM   #726
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Yeah, I think we're all recovered...although Smyka did nod off in the 1/12 A Main after he checked out...
Since there weren't any rumble strips to wake him up, he wacked a board, dropped back to mid pack and fought his way back to 2nd.
Had he won, that would have been 5 years in a row for Putnam Propulsion...
Atleast he TQ'd...
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Old 02-28-2007, 07:37 PM   #727
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Todd, you need to give him a liter of Mt. Dew half an hour before his mains from now on.
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Old 02-28-2007, 11:04 PM   #728
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Just doesn't seem right not having Michael in that Ferrari....
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Todd, you need to give him a liter of Mt. Dew half an hour before his mains from now on.
No no no... MONSTER.... yes.... monster works muuuch better.
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Hi,
What is a good starting setup for a CO27 with blue/green brushes for 1/12 (brush cut, springs, rollout, breakin)? Do you run drops? Thanks!

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What is a good starting setup for a CO27 with blue/green brushes for 1/12 (brush cut, springs, rollout, breakin)? Do you run drops? Thanks!

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Run our EFB-160 brushes,(blue/green with leading and trailing edges removed) and drill an .078" cavity in the ctr. of both. red Spring Positive, Green Spring Negative. Start your rollout @ 1.85-1.90 depending on track size.
We ALWAYS run our Top Fuel Comm Drops...we use it during break in and during the races...
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Thanks for the quick response. How many drops do you put in for the race? Also, do you run a fresh set every run at big races? And finally, what size com is that rollout for? Thanks!

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Thanks for the quick response. How many drops do you put in for the race? Also, do you run a fresh set every run at big races? And finally, what size com is that rollout for? Thanks!

James
I put (2) drops in the back of each brush hood for racing.
Yes, we run a fresh set of brushes every run at the big races.
Your rollout should work with any comm size, as long as there is no significant rpm change. We typically race our comms in the .280"-.290" range.

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So Todd, you run your comm sizes from .280"-.280" range?? Thats not much of a margin!

Hope things are going well for you!!!
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So Todd, you run your comm sizes from .280"-.280" range?? Thats not much of a margin!

Hope things are going well for you!!!
wise arse...typo corrected
No, but it eliminates the variables of having to guess where we run them!
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